Global Human Rights seeks native speakers/sound engineering

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Post by nbardach » October 20th, 2016, 8:32 am

Thanks so much, Julia! That's a pretty impressing range of languages!

Actually, we DO already have Japanese recorded. We simply haven't integrated it into the application (it's slated for editing this week).

That's the last language that we have a recording of but which hasn't been uploaded into our app.

Sorry for any confusion and thanks again for your very generous offer to help!

Cheers, N
Noah Arthur Bardach, PhD
Lead, UDHR Video Project

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Post by J_N » October 20th, 2016, 8:34 am

Ah, ok. Nevermind. :)

Good luck with the rest of the languages!
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Post by carteki » October 21st, 2016, 1:56 am

J_N wrote:Ah, ok. Nevermind. :)

Good luck with the rest of the languages!
Hi Julia,
You have an impressive range of languages there! We're trying to increase the number of languages recorded here so if somewhere in your skill set there is a language that hasn't been recorded please feel free to contribute.

Kim

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